Police recommend the Israeli Minister's fraudulent indictment
Jerusalem: Israeli police on Tuesday advised Interior Minister Arye Deri's accusation of fraud and breach of confidence in investigations into real estate sales. The Prosecutor General will now decide whether to accuse Deri, who heads the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Shas party and who previously served prison for corruption. "The findings of the investigation are that there is evidence against Deri, who committed fraud and breach of confidence about his behavior while he was a minister," a police statement said. It is said that there is also evidence of tax offenses worth hundreds of thousands of dollars and money laundering, among others. The long-term survey analyzed large transfers of money to Deri related to land sales, police said.